Shabwa is recovering after the fall of the Brotherhood and the defeat of the Houthi militiaEnglish - السبت 06 أغسطس 2022 الساعة 04:19 م
Shabwa succeeded in dropping the bet of the Houthi project to return to the south from its gate, and ended the Brotherhood's dreams of remaining as a de facto authority, and the governorate began to recover despite the challenges facing the current local authority led by Ibn al-Wazir.
Shabwa witnessed major transformations, which began with the overthrow of the Brotherhood’s governor, Muhammad Saleh bin Adyo, from the seat of power, the appointment of Sultan Awad bin Al-Wazir Al-Awlaki, and the intervention of the southern giants in the military scene, which upended the scales, by liberating the three districts of Baihan, in addition to the Harib Marib district from the grip of the Houthi militia.
The local authority recently inaugurated development and health projects, including the inauguration of the General Authority Hospital with Emirati support and funding, and the official opening of Ataq Airport for relief flights, in addition to many other projects.
Southern politicians praised the efforts made by Sultan Ibn al-Wazir for the development and stability of Shabwa, stressing that the governorate has gradually begun to recover and return to its normal state.
The southern journalist, Abdel Hamid Al-Awlaki, said that since the overthrow of the Brotherhood, which turned the camps into secret prisons, and government institutions into ideological partisan facilities, Shabwa has begun to improve for the better.
He explained that after the appointment of the governor, Ibn al-Wazir, the entry of the Giants Forces and the Shabwa Defense Forces, and the presence of the Transitional Council in the heart of the capital, Ataq, the Brotherhood era ended and the matter was different, the situation changed and the scene in the governorate changed.
He added that the situation in Shabwa changed after the departure of the Brotherhood, as Bayhan was liberated from the Houthi militia, political assassinations stopped, activists and media professionals were prosecuted, all detainees were released and secret prisons were closed completely, and the decision of the local authority no longer comes from abroad as it was in the past.
For his part, journalist Nabil al-Sufi said that the victory coalition in Shabwa brought down the allies of defeat, stopped the mess of the Brotherhood of Chaos, and broke the nose of Houthi arrogance by liberating Bayhan and Harib.
Al-Sufi added, in a tweet to him on Twitter, that Al-Houthi has not found health since that time, stressing that integrity and the field are turning Al-Houthi into vain.